All-island Alcohol
Data Directory

The directory collates data and information on alcohol consumption and related harm on the island of Ireland. You can access data around alcohol consumption, related harms, and the retail of alcohol.

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November 14, 2022

Alcohol-Specific deaths in Northern Ireland, 2021 (NISRA)

Correction notice: 19.10.22: Subsequent to the publication of Alcohol-specific death statistics on 13 October 2022, NISRA identified a coding issue whereby one case was given a […]
November 14, 2022

Annual Alcohol-Specific Deaths statistics, 2021(NISRA)

NISRA released the annual Alcohol-specific deaths statistics for deaths registered in 2021 on alcohol-specific mortality across Northern Ireland. Alcohol specific deaths are deaths resulting from health […]
November 14, 2022

Probation Service annual report 2021 (Probation Service)

Drugs & alcohol misuse research The Probation Service commissioned a research report Informing & Supporting Change: Drug and Alcohol Misuse among People on Probation Supervision in […]
November 14, 2022

Alcohol market review 2022. Raising the bar: an examination of the alcohol market in Ireland 2022 (Alcohol Action Ireland)

The Review highlights the market revenues – €5.555bn in 2021, demonstrating who benefits and how, only a handful of companies are monopolising the Off-Trade receipts of […]
November 14, 2022

National Drug Treatment Reporting System 2015 – 2021 alcohol treatment data. Dublin: Health Research Board. Statlink Series 9 2022 (HRB)

In this bulletin, trends in treated problem alcohol use are described for the seven-year period from 2015 to 2021. The data are taken from the National […]
November 14, 2022

Impact measurement tool for drug and alcohol services 2020/21 (Department of Health (NI))

The impact measurement tool (IMT) is a data collection system used to assess the effectiveness of tier one and tier two drug & alcohol services commissioned […]

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